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to the distinguished gentleman from georgia, mr. johnson, three minutes. the chair: the gentleman from georgia is recognized for three minutes. madam nson: thank you, speaker. mr. chairman, i think it's time this morning to reveal a little bit of truth. e have had reports of trolls just running through the marketplace of america. trolls. you know those, the one that is hang out under bridges and scare you when you were a child. a troll is just something that s -- oh, boy, it's to be avoided. all patent plaintiffs bringing actions to protect their patents, we are now calling them trolls. and that's not true. that's not accurate. in fact, it's very inaccurate. cases thatthe patent are filed in the courts of this country could be considered done in bad faith. so you could call those plaintiffs, i suppose, patent trolls, but 5% of the litigation oes not equate to we are being overrun by patent trolls. that's just not correct. there is a problem with abusive litigation. so how do you get at that? how do you -- how do you, without closing the courthouse door on plaintiffs seeking to assert their rig
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